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Moreover, the prohibition against forcing a widow to remarry was extended to widowed concubines.Tablets for concubine-mothers seem to have been more commonly placed in family ancestral altars and genealogies of some lineages listed concubine-mothers.Concubinage is an interpersonal and sexual relationship in which the couple are not or cannot be married.The inability to marry may be due to multiple factors such as differences in social rank status, an existing marriage, religious prohibitions, professional ones (for example Roman soldiers) or a lack of recognition by appropriate authorities.And neither remarriage nor a return to her natal home in widowhood were allowed.The position of the concubine was generally inferior to that of the wife.
Cixi first entered the court as a concubine to the Xianfeng Emperor, and gave birth to his only surviving son, who would become the Tongzhi Emperor.However, the children of such relationships were counted as illegitimate and were barred from inheriting the father's title or estates, even when there was an absence of any legitimate heirs.While various forms of long-term sexual relationships and co-habitation short of marriage have become increasingly common in the Western world, these are generally not described as concubinage.The standard Chinese term translated as "concubine" was qiè 妾, a term used since ancient times, which means "female slave".
Concubines resembled wives (Chinese: At first a man could have as many concubines as he could afford, however, from the Eastern Han (AD 25–220) onward, the maximal number of concubines a man could have was limited by law.
Children of concubines had lower rights in account to inheritance, which was regulated by Dishu system.